Shot Jackson and Bob Lucier 1974December 12, 2009
Artists: Shot Jackson and Bob Lucier
Release: Straight Ahead (Instrumental Sho-Bro and Steel Guitar)
Genre: Country Instrumental Music
Home: Bob Lucier is from Chatham-Kent (Grande Pointe).
Bob Lucier – Steel Guitar
Shot Jackson – Dobro
1. THE FUNKY WABASH CANNONBALL
2. TAKE THESE CHAINS
3. THE TENNESSEE WALTZ
4. WE COULD
5. GREEN GREEN GRASS OF HOME
6. STRAIGHT AHEAD
7. COLD COLD HEART
8. SHE THINKS I STILL CARE
9. KENTUCKY WALTZ
10. LOVE IS NO EXCUSE
Bobby Lucier has been a leader in steel guitar and is world renowned for his unique style and ability.
Bob was the resident Steel Player for “The Tommy Hunter Show” from the mid 70’s until its demise. The popular show aired on CBC in Canada.
Bob was also the first steel guitarist with the famous Johnny Burke and Eastwind, before that, he played in Bill Anderson’s “Po’ Boys band”, Myers Brothers and the Jubilaires, among a few others. He performed and recorded on several of Country Star Anne Murray’s releases. As a session player, Bob’s steel playing appears on a countless number of releases by various artists over the years.
Shot Jackson (born Harold Jackson, September 4, 1920–January 24, 1991) was a country music guitarist best known for playing Dobro and pedal steel guitar. He also designed and manufactured guitars under the name Sho-Bud. He became known as the “King of the Dobro”.
Recordings: In 1974, Bob Lucier also played steel guitar on David Essig’s debut album entitled “Redbird Country”.
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